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Warning signs placed on Earlham cemetery graves

3rd October 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Warning signs have been placed on graves in Earlham Cemetery as part of plans for 40,000 memorials to be tested.

They are being put on graves that are perceived as dangerous by Norwich City Council, which are being cordoned off or laid flat on the ground, according to EDP24.

A note was left by the authority which said that "bereavement services staff" had started inspecting the graves.

"A notice may be attached to the memorial and emergency measures may be taken to temporarily secure a memorial if there is an immediate health and safety risk," it read.

In order to ensure that the burial grounds are safe and that legal obligations are met, the council has devised a "memorial testing programme".

This news comes after a highways chief agreed to boost warning signs in Blackpool due to concerns that drivers are being punished by parking restrictions.

Ex-chief constable of the town Alan Rydeheard told the Blackpool Gazette that many are unaware of the residents-only parking scheme because of the lack of signs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801462095-ADNFCR


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